If your nonprofit still doesn’t have a blog, you might want to consider getting one. We hear a lot about blogs. They are certainly a trendy and popular topic of discussion. Some professionals believe blogs are what you should be focusing on as a nonprofit, while some believe they take too much time to maintain.
While all charities are nonprofits, not all nonprofits are charities. Here, you’ll find the primary differences between the two: A nonprofit is based on the simple premise that none of the corporation’s net profit from donations, membership fees or business activities will benefit any individual. There are many different types of nonprofit organizations. Many homeowner
Angela Ceresnie was "really comfortable" being COO at Orchard Platform, the fintech firm she co-founded. In 2016, she took on the same role at Climb Credit, which provides student loans for vocational programs and career training. (This year the company raised $50 million in debt from Goldman Sachs, and last month finalized $9.8 million in series A venture capital.) In 2018, Ceresnie was offered
Each quarter, we share the latest sharing-related books we’re reading. As usual, these are books that are either new, or new to us, and we are thrilled to share them with you. Take a look at what we’ll be reading and let us know what you think. This edition of the round up also includes
Because the best blogs for nonprofits aren’t necessary specific to nonprofits. I first came across this image on a fantastic social media blog by Buffer (an awesome social sharing web application). Based on the heralded creative advertiser James Webb Young’s technique for producing ideas, the graphic demonstrates the concept that the ability to make connections is the key